If there really are extraterrestrial lifeforms observing Earth from somewhere in the depths of space, it’s safe to conclude that humanity’s epic love/hate relationship with Tom Cruise would be a source of particular fascination. After all, he is routinely condemned by many due to his role as the very public face of Scientology.Read more ›
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So, you want to make an adventure movie, do you? All right, I can see why; they’re as popular as popular can be these days and boy, do they make a lot of money. I love a good swashbuckling adventure, who doesn’t? You can count me in, but remember, everyone’s making them today, you have to be careful, have to [...]Read more ›
Despite its faithfulness, the story is dull and dreary, and neither Stoppard, Wright, nor the actors change the fact. The one exception is Matthew Macfadyen, whose comical and lively performance is a breath of fresh air amongst the turgid, boring love affair being played out before our eyes.Read more ›
There’s been a lot of anti-bullying propaganda going around US media streams lately, particularly when Michelle Obama shows up on Ellen or Fox news do something so terrible they have to try and balance out their evil with a little bit of good. But it doesn’t seem to be working, as the Westboro Church keep reminding us every time they [...]Read more ›
It seems strange to write that actors singing in a musical is revolutionary, but in this case it is. Appropriately, the revolution is made with the late nineteenth century tale of Les Misérables. Over thirty years since debuting on the Paris stage, Oscar winning director Tom Hooper and producer Cameron Mackintosh have brought the musical to the big screen.Read more ›
Courtesy of Universal Films, Film Blerg is giving away 5 double passes to see the musical epic LES MISERABLES, out in cinemas from Wed 26 December. Film Synopsis: Les Misérables is the motion-picture adaptation of the beloved global stage sensation seen by more than 60 million people in 42 countries and in 21 languages around the globe and still breaking box-office records everywhere in its 27th year. [...]Read more ›
If you ever wondered what the hyperactive test tube baby of Glee and Bring It On would be like if it were brought up by Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph then Pitch Perfect is the answer. Beca (Anna Kendrick) wants to go to LA and become a music producer. Her father is forcing her to try college first and encourages [...]Read more ›